If there were only me and you on this earth — and we had one more day to live, I would share my all with you. My food, my campfire, my shelter, my music, my human warmth — so that we may live out our remaining hours in gentle companionship. Accepting of our finite physicality, but revelling in the joy of our infinite nature: the miracle of being human, together.
We can still feel, can’t we?
Mary Valiakas

I too often think that we constantly function under constraints that are either imaginary or hardwired in us through several years, maybe even generations, of conditioning. Sometimes it just helps to question those constraints and/or just behave like there were none — and that could reveal, even to us, so much about ourselves.

Thank you for a brilliant piece and the work you are doing.

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